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6. Of Drepanum, a son of Nicon, was a proflgate but wealthy person, who had accumulated great treasures by robbing orphans of their property, and was spoiled in his turn by Verres. He obtained the Roman franchise, and then received the Roman name of A. Clodius. (Cic. in. Verr. 4.17; Quint. Inst. 9.2.52.)

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